Borneo bibliography 2008.
Special thanks are due to Professor Clifford Sather, who supplied most of the entries for this bibliography, and to the late Dr. Reed L. Wadley.
A. Wahab Ali 1990 Muslim Burmat Novelis Brunei Darussalam. Bahana (April 1990):6-12.
Cited in Gallop 2000:245.
Abdul Hakim Haji Mohd Yassin, Haji 1989 Perkembangan Novel di Brunei Darussalam. Bahana, 24(103), June 1989:5-9.
Cited in Gallop 2000:245.
Abdul Latip Talib 2008 Randau Ruai. Kuala Lumpur: DBP. A novel written in Bahasa Malaysia.
Abdullah Asgar 2008 Pusat Sejarah Brunei terbitkan lima buah buku baru. Pelita Brunei, 19.3.2008:11, *
Including Brunei Darussalam Negara Melavu Islam Beraja and Dato Godam, both by YB Pehin Jawatan Dalam Dr Haji Mohd Jamil Al-Sufri, and Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah: Penegak Warisan Melayu by Dr Muhammad Hadi bin Muhammad Melayong. The other two publications were Darussalam and Pusaka.
Aishah/Aisah Haji Abu Bakar, Siti 2008 Bahasa Melayu Standard bukan sedia oleh pelajar-pelajar Melayu [di NBD] dari sudut linguistik. Pelita Brunei 9.1.2008:3, 8; tables, bibliography, endnotes).
According to this paper ir is not easy for Brunei Malay pupils, who use their own dialect, to master standard Malay.
2008 Sastera dan budaya. Bahasa Sanskrit dalam Bahasa Melayu. Pelita Brunei (Aneka section), 13.2.2008:2-3; figures, endnotes.
Akiyama, H 2008 New synonymy of Chaetomitriopsis glaueocarpa (Hypnaceae Musci). Trop. Bryol. (28):61.
[New generic record for Borneo].
Alderson, Andrew (Chief Reporter) 2008 Runaway prince hits back over 3bn [pounds sterling] feud with sultan. Sunday Telegraph (London), 15.6.2008:13. **
2008 Prince meets Gurkhas on Far East tour. Daily Telegraph (London), Saturday I November 2008:8.
2008 Happy ar last. Approaching sixty, Prince Charles is more content than ever: satisfied in both his personal and professional life, he accepts that his legacy as Prince of Wales might outweigh his potentially short reign as King Charles III. Andrew Alderson reports exclusively from Brunei and Japan. Sunday Telegraph, 2 November 2008:21. **
Alexander, Jennifer 2008a Review of Reed L. Wadley (ed.), Histories of the Borneo Environment. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 19(1): 121-3.
2008b Douglas Miles and Borneo. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 9(3): 189-97.
Allerton, Catherine 2008 Review of Alexander Horstman and Reed L. Wadley (eds.), Centering the Margin: Agency and Narratives in Southeast Asian Borderlands. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 14(1): 229-30.
Amster, Matthew H. 2007 Review of Reed L. Wadley (ed.), Histories of the Borneo Environment. Anthropological Forum, 17(2): 195-7.
Anuar Osman 1995 Penanda Gaya dalam Novel Lari Bersama Musim. Pp. 193-221 IN: Sekitar Kritikan Sastera Melayu Brunei. BSB: DBP.
Cited in Gallop 2000:245.
Arham Armuza 2008 Memori dakwah di rumah panjang. Yogyakarta: Gama Media.
Re Islamic Dakwah and Iban in Kalimantan Barat. Written in Indonesian.
Arpan Shahbudin H.L. 1999 Sastera Harus Membentuk Moral: Wawancara dengan Muslim Burmat. Dewan Sastera (April 1999):91-3.
Cited in Gallop 2000:246.
Arthur, J., and RW. Martin 2006 Accomplishing lessons in postcolonial classrooms: Comparative perspectives from Botswana and Brunei. Comparative Education, 42(2): 177-202.
Ashton, P.S. 2006 New Syzygium (Myrtaceae) from northern Borneo. Kew Bulletin (61):107-44.
2008 Changing values of Malaysian forests: The challenge of biodiversity and its sustainable management. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 20(4):282-91.
Azlan Othman 2008 Hope for cancer cure in Borneo's rainforest. Borneo Bulletin, Sunday edition (online), 24 February 2008.
Azlin Abdul Rahman, Khairul Aidil, and Henry anak Jerome 2008 Application of Universal Design principles in native longhouses of Sarawak. Sarawak Museum Journal (85): 183-96.
Bala, Poline 2008 Desire for Progress: The Kelabit Experience with Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Rural Development in Sarawak, East Malaysia. PhD Dissertation, Christ's College, Cambridge University.
Balgooy, M.M.J. van 2008 Review of E. Soepadmo, L.G. Saw, R.C.K. Chung, and R. Kiew (eds.), Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak, Volume 6. Flora Malesiana Bulletin, 14(3):205.
Bamba, John 2000 Land, rivers and forests. Dayak solidarity and ecological resilience. IN: Janis B. Alcorn and Antoinette G. Royo (eds.), Indigenous Social Movements and Ecological Resilience: Lessons from the Dayak of Indonesia. Washington D.C.: Biodiversity Support Programme.
2004 Kalimantan: Unity or diversity? Pp. 399-415 IN: Annelies Heijmans et al. (eds.), Searching for Peace in the Asia-Pacific: An overview of conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Both cited in Davidson 2008:253.
Barrett, Roberi J. 2004a Space, repetition, and collective interlocution: psychiatric interviews in a Borneo longhouse. Commun. Medicine, (1)1:25-34.
2004b Kurt Schneider in Borneo: Do first rank symptoms apply to the Iban? IN: Janis Hunter Jenkins and Robert J. Barrett (eds.), Schizophrenia, culture and subjectivity: The Edge of Experience. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 62-86.
Beaman, J.H. 1998 Preliminary enumeration of the summit flora of Mount Murud, Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak. Pp. 51-81 IN: I. Ghazally and L. Din (eds.), A Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Kelabit Highlands of Sarawak. Selangor: Pelanduk Publications.
Beaman, J. and P.J. Edwards 2007 Ferns of Kinabalu: An Introduction. Kota Kinabalu: Natural Hisiory Press.
Beguet, Veronique 2008 Metamorphosis and Ancestrality: Revisiting Sarawak Iban. Anthropologie et Societes, 31 (3): 127-46.
Benedick, S., J.K. Hill, Nazirah Mustaffa, Chey Vun Khen, Maryati Mohamed, J.B.
Searle, M Schilthuizen, & K.C. Hamer 2006 Impacts of rain forest fragmentation on butterflies in northern Borneo: species richness, turnover, and the value of small fragments. Journal of Applied Ecology (43):967-77.
Bevis, William W. 1995 Borneo Log: The struggle for Sarawak's forests. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Cited in Davidson 2008:254.
Bickel, T.O., C.A. Bruhl, J.R. Gadau, B. Holldobler, and K.E. Linsenmair 2006 Influence of habitat fragmentation on the genetic variability in leaf litter ant population in tropical rainforests of Sarawak, Borneo. Biodiversity and Conservation (15): 157-75.
Binchin, P. 1997 Janji Gintamini. BSB: DBP.
Cited in Gallop 2000:246.
Blate, Geoffrey Michael 2005 Assessing trade-offs in multiple-objective forest management. PhD dissertation (ecology, forestry, environmental science), University of Florida.
Cited in the Winzeler Borneo Dissertations database, which often provides a link to the full text of a thesis.
Blust, Robert A. 2005 Borneo and iron: Dempwolff's 'besi revisited.' Bulletin of the IndoPacific Prehistory Association, 25:31-40.
2006 Whence the Malays? IN: James T. Collins and Awang Sariyan, eds, Borneo and the homeland of the Malays: four essays. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa, pp 64-88.
Bock, Carl 1883 Hoved-jcgerne paa Borneo: Beretning om en reise opover Mahakam og nedover Barito samt reisekildringer fra Sumatra. Kristiania.
Cited in Petersen 2000:152.
Bohny, Yvonne 2008 Outline for a visitor management plan: Bako National Park, Malaysian Borneo. Breda: NHTV International Higher Education Breda. Dissertation, Eindexamenscriptie Management Toerisme.
Boorsma, Tjalle 2008 The impact of forest degradation on the diversity and composition of bird communities in East Kalimantan, Indonesia: A methodological study. Dissertation: Afstudeerverslag Velp, Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein.
Boulanger, Clare L 2009 A Sleeping Tiger: Ethnicity, Class, and New Dayak Dreams in Urban Sarawak. Lanham MD: University Press of America.
Boutin, Michael 2008 Review of Nelleke Goudswaard's The Begak (Ida'an) language of Sabah. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-en Volkenkunde 164(4): 539-42.
Boyce, P.C. 2007 Studies on the Alocasia Schott (Araceae-Colocasieae) of Borneo: Two new species from Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Gard. Bulletin Singapore (58): 141-54.
Boyce, P.C. and S Julia 2006 A review of entire-leaved Tacca (Dioscoridaceae) in Sarawak, Borneo. Gard. Bulletin Singapore (58):25-40.
Boyce, P.C. and S.Y. Wong 2006 Studies on Schismatoglottidae (Araceae) of Borneo: A trio of new Schismatoglottis from Sarawak. Gard. Bulletin Singapore (58):7-8.
Brahim [bin] Ampuan Haji Tengah, Ampuan Haji 1990 Mangsa. BSB: DBP.
1997 Tema dan Plot Cerpen-Cerpen Pra-Pelarian Muslim Burmat. BSB: DBP.
Cited in Gallop 2000:245.
Brearley, EQ. nd Tropical rainforest disturbance and recovery. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2):346-7.
2005 Nutrient limitation in a Malaysia ultramafic soil. Journal of Tropical Forest Science (17):596-609.
2006a Differences in the growth and ectomycorrhizal community of Dryobalanops lanceolata (Dipterocarpaceae) seedlings grown in ultramafic soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry (38):3407-10.
2006b Project Barito Ulu Rekut camp, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Tropinet 17(7): pages n/a.
Brearley, F.Q., S. Prajadinata, P.S. Kidd, J. Proctor, and Suriantata 2004 Structure and floristics of an old secondary forest in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, and a comparison with adjacent primary forest. Forest Ecology and Management (195):385-97.
Brearley, F.Q., M.C. Press, and J.D. Scholes 2003 Nutrients obtained from leaf little can improve the growth of dipterocarp seedlings. New Phytologist (160):101-10.
Brearley, F.Q., J.D. Scholes, and S.S. Lee 2005 Nitrogen nutrition and isotopic discrimination in tropical ectomycorrhizal fungi. Research in Microbiology, (156): 184-90.
Brendon, Piers 2008 The Decline and Fall of the British Empire 1781-1997. London: Vintage, pbk, 2008. Originally published by Jonathan Cape, London, hbk, 2007.
Brookfield, Harold 2008 Review of R.A. Cramb, Land and Longhouse. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, (164)2/3:299-301.
Brosius, J.P. 2006 Between Politics and Poetics: Narratives of Dispossession in Sarawak, Malaysia. Pp. 281-322 IN: Aletta Biersack and James B. Greenberg (eds.), Reimagining Political Ecology. Burham: Duke University Press.
Brown, D.E. 1995 [Parapsychological Research]. Letter, Los Angeles Times, 10.11.1995.
1997 [Jargon]. Letter, Chronicle of Higher Education, 4.4.1997:B12-13.
1997 Focus on Race and Racista. Letter, Anthropology Newsletter (October 1997):6
1999 Burlais. Letter, LAT, 10.11.1999.
2000 Women's Lives. Letter, LAT, 9.1.2000.
2004 Human Universals, Human Nature & Human Culture. Daedalus (Fall 2004):47-54.
2008 Portraiture and Social Stratification. Pp. 325-42 In: Kitty Zijlmans and Wilifried van Damme (eds.), World Art Studies: Exploring Concepts and Approaches. Amsterdam: Valiz.
Source: Professor Brown's website.
Brunei: Directory. FEA 2009:129-35.
Brunei: Statistical Survey. FEA 2009:127-9.
Brunei Darussalam: A Guide. BSB: Brunei Shell Group of Companies, 1992. Cited in Gallop 2000:246.
Bulan, Ramy (with Amy Locklear) 2008 Legal Perspectives on Native Customary Land Rights in Sarawak. Kuala Lumpur: Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia/Human Rights Commission of Malaysia [SUHAKAM]. ISBN 978-983-2523-52-9.
Cameron, John nd Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India. Ascanio facsimile edition available via ISEAS, Singapore. Originally published in 1865.
Carlo, Dolly Paui 2008 Hubungan komunikasi dan interaksi antara sekolah dengan rumah: Peranan guru dan ibu bapa. Sarawak Museum Journal (85): 105-32.
Chai, Elena Gregoria 2008 Mind your age: Why do Hakka women marry young? Sarawak Museum Journal (85): 165-82.
Chang, William 2003 Kata Pengantar. IN: Bambang 2003.
Cited in Davidson 2008:255.
Cheyne, Susan, Ciaire Thompson, and Abigail Phillips 2008 Density and population estimate of gibbons (Hylobates albibarbis) in the Sabangau catchment, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Primates, 49(1): 50-6.
Chin, Cynthia 2002 Hunting Patterns and Wildlife Densities in Forests of Different Leveis of Access in the Upper Baram, Sarawak. M.Sc Thesis, Faculty of Resource Science and Technology, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.
Chin, James U.H.; and Jayl Langub (eds.) 2007a Reminiscences: Recollections of Sarawak Administrative Service Officers. Subang Jaya: Pelanduk Publications.
2007b The Sarawak Administrative Service: Its Origins. Pp. 1-20 IN: Chin and Langub 2007.
Chong Ah Fok 1987 Orang Asing. BSB: DBP.
Cited in Gallop 2000:246.
Chong, Datin Christine 2002 The sad case of Robert Bums--his life and end in Borneo. Journal of the Sabah Society, 19: 23-55.
Chung, A.Y.C, P. Eggleton, M.R. Speight, P.M. Hammond, and V.K. Chey 2000 The diversity of beetle assemblages in different habitat types in Sabah, Malaysia. Bulletin of Entomological Research (90):475-96.
Chung Kuo-Fang 2006 Phylogenetics and phylogeography ofthe South Pacific alpine plant Oreomyrrhis: Insights into global alpine biogeography. PhD thesis (botany, genetics), Washington University in St. Louis.
Cited in the Winzeler database.
Clarke, C., C. Lee, and S. McPherson 2006 Nepenthes chaniana (Nepenthaceae), a new species from north-western Borneo. Sabah Parks Nature Journal (7):54-66.
Clausager, K., J. Mood, and F. Borchsenius 2006 Phacelophrynium sapiense (Marantaceue): A new species from Sabah, Malaysia. Nordic Journal of Botany, (24):295-9.
Clements, R., N.S. Sodhi, M. Schilthuizen, & P. Ng 2006 Karsts of Southeast Asia: Neglected and imperilled arks of biodiversity. BioScience (56):733-42.
Coates, Karen J. 2007 Forest of broken urns. Archaeology 60(2): 33-35.
Crain, Jay and Vicki Pearson-Rounds 2005 A fallen bat, a rainbow, and the missing head: media and marginalization on upland Borneo. Indonesia 79: 57-68.
Craze, P.G., B. Elahan, & M. Schilthuizen 2006 Spatial ecology of opposite shell-coiling morphs in a tropical land snail. Ecography (29):477-86.
Dahl, O.C. 1991 Migration from Kalimantan to Madagascar. Oslo: Norwegian University Press.
Cited in Petersen 2000:152.
Davidson, Jamie S. (b 1971) 2007 Culture and rights in ethnic violence. Pp. 224-46 in Davidson and Henley 2007.
Cited in Davidson 2008:257
2008 From Rebellion to Riots: Collective Violence on Indonesian Borneo. Madison and London: University of Wisconsin Press.
fc The rise and fall of the Dayak Unity Party. IN: Remco Raben (ed.), Violence and Identity in the Early Indonesian Revolution. Singapore: NUS Press, forthcoming.
Cited in Davidson 2008:257.
Davidson, Jamie S., and David Henley (eds.)
2007 The Revival of Tradition in Indonesian Politics: The deployment of adat from colonialism to indigenism. London: Routledge.
Reviewed by Laura Noszlopy in ASEASUK News, No 43 (Spring 2008):28-30.
Davidson, Jamie S. and Douglas Kammen 2002 Indonesia's unknown war the lineages of violence in West Kalimantan. Indonesia (73), 2002:53.88.
Cited in Davidson 2008:257.
Demaine, Harvey 2009 Brunei: Physical and Social Geography. FEA 2009:110.
Dijk, K. van ?2008 From Raja to Prime Minister: Stranger-rulers and Economic Exploitation in Borneo and the Pacific in the Nineteenth Century. Moussons (12).
Cited in ASEASUK News, No 44 (Autumn 2008):48.
Dilger, Otto 2008 'Ich kannte ihn nicht, und er fuhrte mich doch'. Geschichte der Protestantischen Kirche in Sabah, Malaysia 1950-1975. Stuttgart: Basler M ission Deutscher Zweig e.V., Vogelsangstr. 62, D-70197, Stuttgart.
A history of the Protestant Rungus Church in Sabah (Martin Baier). See further: www.basler-mission.de; and www. mission-21.org.
Ding, Stewart Ngau 2007 Administrator at Large. Pp. 214-54 IN: Chin and Langub 2007.
Djuweng, Stephanus 1996 (ed.) Manusia Dayak: Orang kecil yang terperangkap modernisasi. Pontianak: IDRD.
1997 The Dominant Paradigm and the Cost of Development. Pontianak: IDRD.
1999 Anatomi konflik di Kalbar. Kalimantan Review (May 1999): 18.
All cited in Davidson 2008:257.
Dolcemascolo, Glenn Phillip 2004 Burning issues: Control of fire management in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. PhD thesis (cultural anthropology), University of Hawai'i.
Cited in the Winzeler database.
Domenig, Gaudenz 2008 Timber orientation in the traditional architecture of Indonesia. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 164(4): 450-474.
Doshi, Tilak K 2008 Review of Reed L. Wadley, Histories of the Borneo Environment: Economic, Political, and Social Dimensions of Change and Continuity. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 38(4):648-51.
Dove, Michael R. 1997 Dayak anger ignored. Inside Indonesia (51).
Cited in Davidson 2008:257.
Dris, Aloysius J. 2007 From an Information Officer to a CEO. Pp. 53-78 IN: Chin and Langub 2007.
Dumbrell, Alexander Joseph 2006 Impacts of selective logging on tropical-forest butterflies of Borneo. PhD thesis (ecology, forestry, entomology), University of York (UK).
Cited in the Winzeler database.
Dwi Putro Sulaksono 2008 Determinisme dan perubahan kebudavaan: studi antropologi Dayak desa hutan Kalimantan. Banjarbaru, Kalimantan Selatan: Scripta Cendikia, second edition.
Written in Indonesian.
Eade, Philip 2008 Sylvia: Queen of the Headhunters. Phoenix, pbk, 8.99 [pounds sterling]. Originally published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, hbk, 2007.
Easter, David 2004 Britain and the Confrontation with Indonesia, 1960-1966. London: Tauris.
Cited in Davidson 2008:258.
Effendi, Chairil 1999a Solusi tragedi Sambas. Forum Keadilan, 11 April 1999:38.
1999b Malayu: Apa, siapa, dan bagaimana dia? Pontianak Post, 11 December 1999.
Both cited in Davidson 2008:258.
Eghenter, Cristina 2008 Of Negotiable Boundaries and Fixed Lines: Practices and Views of the Border in the Apo Kayan Region of East Kalimantan. Moussons (No 11).
Cited in IIAS Newsletter No 48 (Summer 2008):47.
Eklof, Stefan 2006 Pirates in Paradise: A Modern History of Southeast Asia's Maritime Marauders. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.
Reviewed by Peter Boomgaard in Asian Affairs, XXXIX(I), March 2008.
Ellis, L. 2007 A revision of the moss Syrrhopodon spiculosus Hook. & Grev. and associated taxa, including two new species described from Borneo. J. Bryol. (29): 64-78.
Eveleigh, Mark 2008 Headhunter heaven--Mark Eveleigh, author of Fever Trees of Borneo, returns to the centre of the great jungle island to see how a mysterious Dayak community are [sic] struggling to keep their [sic] way of life alive. Geographical: The Royal Geographical Society Magazine (August 2008): 38-45.
Faridah Hamid 1990 Novel Puncak Pertama: Satu Analisis dari Konsep Kebahagiaan. Bahana, 25(111):7-15.
Cited in Gallop 2000:247.
Fatah Luthfi 2008 The Impacts of Coal Mining on the Economy and Environment of South Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. ASEAN Economic Bulletin, 25(1):85-98.
Fealy, Greg and Virginia Hooker (eds.)--Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia: A Contemporary Sourcebook. Singapore: ISEAS; hbk US$54.90, pbk $32.90.
Fletcher, Richard 2008 Is the party over for the runaway billionaire? Prince Jefri of Brunei appeared to be the ultimate hedonist--but a High Court ruling has made him a wanted man. Daily Telegraph (London), 14.6.2008:22. **
Florus, Paulus, and Edi Petebang 1999 Panen bencana: Kelapa sawit. Pontianak: Institut Dayakologi.
Cited in Davidson 2008:258.
Florus, Paulus, et al. (eds.) 1994 Kebudayaan Dayak: Akualisasi dan Transformasi. Jakarta: Grasindo.
Cited in Davidson 2008:259.
Forrest, Thomas nd A Voyage to New Guinea & the Moluccas. Ascanio facsimile edition available via ISEAS, Singapore. Originally published in 1779.
Francis, Simon 2008 Review of Philip Eade, Sylvia of Sarawak (2007). Asian Affairs, XXXIX(1), March 2008.
Fujio, H. 2008 Review of Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Decolonization and Nationalism: The Creation of Nations in British North Borneo. Tonan Ajia Kenkyu, 45(4):631-3.
Gallop, Annabel Teh 2007a The art ofthe Qur'an in Southeast Asia. Pp. 191-204 IN: Fahmida Suleman (ed.), Word of God, Art of Man: The Qur'an and its creative expressions. Selected proceedings from the International Colloquium, London, 18-21 October 2003. Oxford: OUP in association with the Institute of Ismaili Studies.
Cited in ASEASUK News, No 43 (Spring 2008): 12.
2007b Exceptions to the rule: Malay seals in manuscript books. Archipel (74): 139-64.
2008a Malay/Indonesian manuscript studies. ASEASUK News, No 44 (Autumn 2008): 14-15.
2008b From Caucasia to Southeast Asia: Daghistani Qur'ans and the Islamic manuscript tradition in Brunei and the southern Philippines. I. Manuscripta Orientalia, 14(1):32-56
2008c Elevatio in Malay diplomatics. Special issue. Marie Favereau (ed.), Dossier: Les conventions diplomatiques dans le monde musulman. L'umma en partage (1258-1517). Annales Islamologiques, 41 (2007):41-57.
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Gallop, Annabel Teh and Ian Proudfoot 2007 Hikayat Hang Tuah and Hikayat Banjar [catalogue entries]. IN: Jorge M. dos Santos Alves, Macau: o primeiro seculo de un porto internacional / Macau: the first century of an international port. Lisbon: Centro Cientifico e Cultural de Macau.
Cited in ASEASUK News, No 43 (Spring 2008): 12.
Giring, Richardus 2004 Madura di Mata Davak: Dari konflik ke rekonsiliasi. Yogyakarta: Galang Press.
Cited in Davidson 2008:259.
Government of Australia: Department of Foreign Affairs; and Snowy Mountains Corporation 1973 Preliminary Regional Survey for Road Network Identification in Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia. Seven volumes. Canberra: Government of Australia, Department of Foreign Affairs.
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Gustafsson, Fredrik 2007 The Visible Palm: Market Failures, Industrial Policy, and the Malaysian Palm Oil Industry. Sweden: Almqvist & Wiksell International. Cited in IIAS Newsletter, No 46 (Winter 2008):28.
Halina Sendera Mohd Yakin 2007 Identiti Budaya Etnik Pala 'u di Sempurna, Sabah: Konservasi, Adaptasi, dan Transformasi Budaya. Kota Kinabalu: Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Pusat Penataran Ilmu dan Bahasa. Occasional Paper No 7.
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Hamzah Hamdani and Abang Haliman Abang Julai (eds.) 2006 Sastera Wadah Integrasi Budaya: Kumpulan Kertas Kerja. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. [Bahasa Malaysia].
Hashim Haji Abdul Hamid, Haji 1988 Puncak Pertama: Adunan dari Kebangkitan Semangat Nasionalisme. Bahana (precise issue not specified): 42-6.
Cited in Gallop 2000:248.
Hassan Haji Metali, Haji 2008 Mengenali undang-undang syariah. Seratus tahun mahkamah-mahkamah syariah Negara Brunei Darussalam. Siri pertama. Pelita Brunei, 27.12.2008:12-13. *
Hastings, Max 2008 Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 1944-45. London: Harper Perennial, pbk, 2007. Originally published in hbk, 2008.
Healey, Christopher 1985 Tribes and states in 'pre-colonial' Borneo: Structural contradictions and the generation of piracy. Social Analysis (18):3-39.
Cited in Davidson 2008:260.
Hedman, Eva-Lotta E. (ed.) 2008 Conflict, Violence, and Displacement in Indonesia. New York: South Asia Program Publications.
Cited in IIAS Newsletter No 48 (Summer 2008):28
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2001 Kalimantan Barat 1967-1999: Violence on the periphery. Pp. 139-51 IN: Ingrid Wessel and Georgia Wimhoffer (eds.), Violence in Indonesia. Hamburg: Abera-Verlag.
Both cited in Davidson 2008:260.
Hekker, Menno 2008 Review of Ann L. Appleton, Acts of Integration, Expressions of Faith: Madness, Death, and Ritual in Melanau Oncology. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-, en Volkenkunde, 164(1): 127-30. Henley, David, and Jamie S. Davidson
2007 Introduction: The protean politics of adat. Pp. 1-49 IN: Davidson and Henley 2007.
Cited in Davidson 2008:260.
Henson, I.E. 2005 An assessment of changes in biomass carbon stocks in tree crops and forests in Malaysia. Journal of Tropical Forest Science (17):279-96.
Hilsdon, Anne-Marie 2007 Transnationalism and agency in East Malaysia: Filipina migrants in the nightlife industries. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 18(2): 172-93.
Holloway, J.D. 2008 The moths of Borneo. Part 17, Noctuidae: Rivulinae, Phytometrinae, Herminiinae, Hypeninae, Hypenodinae. Kuala Lumpur: Malayan Nature Society/Southdene Sdn Bhd; reprinted from the Malayan Nature Journal, 60(1-4):1-268.
Hughes, Robert 1979 Art. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall. Two eras--and two distinct views of social portraiture. Time, 3 December 1979:46-7. *
JS Sargent's study of Sir Frank Swettenham is one of the works considered.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) 1997 Indonesia: Communal violence in West Kalimantan. Human Rights Watch, 9(10). Page numbers n/a.
Cited in Davidson 2008:261.
Hulten, Herman Josef van 1992 Hidupku di antarasuku Daya: Catatan seorang missionaris. "Jakarta: PT. Grasindo, 1992" [thus]. Dutch original, 1983; no publisher, no place.
Cited in Davidson 2008:261.
Humble, Arnold Lee 1982 Conservative Baptists in Kalimantan Barat. M.A. thesis, Fuller Theological Seminary, School of World Mission.
Cited in Davidson 2008:261.
Hwang, Julie Chernov 2008 Review of Davidson 2008. Nationalism & Ethnic Politics, 14(3):483-6.
International Crisis Group 2001 Communal violence in Indonesia: Lessons from Kalimantan. Asia Report 19. Jakarta/Brussels.
Cited in Davidson 2008:261. Institute of Dayakology Research and Development (IDRD)
1999 The role of adat in the Dayak and Madurese War. Kalimantan Review, English edition (1999): 39-44.
Cited in Davidson 2008:261.
Institut Dayakologi 2001 Amuk Sampit Palangkaruya. Pontianak: Institut Dayakologi.
Cited in Davidson 2008:262.
Ipor, I.B., C.S. Tawan, A. Simon, K. Meekiong, and A. Fuad 2007 A new species of Amorphophallus (Araceae: Thomsonieae) from Sarawak. Folia Malaysiana (8): 1-10.
ISAI/IDRD 1999 Sisi gelap Kalimantan Barat: Perseteruan etnis Davak-Madura 1997. Jakarta: ISAI.
Cited in Davidson 2008:262.
ISAI--Institut Studi Arus Informasi (Institute for the Study and Flow of Information).
Ishikawa Noboru 2008 Between Frontiers: Nation and Identity in a Southeast Asian Border Zone. Singapore: NUS Publishing.
Ismail Ali and Jane Wong Kon Ling 2008 Boo'gok-boo'gok: The winged boat of the Sea Bajau in Sabah. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 81(1): 19-26.
Jackson, Joe 2008 The Thief at the End of the World: Rubber, Power; and the Seeds of Empire. Duckworth, 20 [pounds sterling].
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At the time of going to press the latest available issue of the Sabah Society, Journal was still that for 2004 (cf. BRB 2006:308).
Sutera 2007, published in conjunction with the sixty-first anniversary of the birth of HM Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, was officially launched on 2 July 2007 by Pehin Adanan Mohd Yusof, Minister of Home Affairs. The book aimed to disseminate information on the royal birthday activities and celebrations at the national and district levels to enliven the atmosphere (BBO Tu.3.7.2007). Similarly, Sutera 2008 marking Hari Keputeraan 62 appeared on l July 2008. A website (www.sultanate.com) had been established to enable public sector employees to post congratulatory messages (BBO W.2.7.2008).
On 8 August 2007 it was reported that a group of literary figures (including Muslim Burmat) had "recently" met Pehin Mejar-Jeneral (Bersara) Mohammad bin Haji Mohd Daud, Minister of Culture, Youth, and Sports, and a senior government officer, Dato Paduka Haji Mahmud bin Haji Bakyr, to press for major works of local writers to be translated so that their books could be promoted globally. The ultimate goal was to see an NBD writer receiving the Nobel Prize for Literature within twenty years (BBO W.8.8.2007).
Thirty-six textbooks for schools of islamic religion from Primary 1 until Primary 6 had been produced by various principals and teachers. Twelve of the books had been printed already, whilst the others were in press ready for use in 2008 (BBSO 26.8. 2007).
A Brunei Book Festival with the theme "Books and ICT Enhancing the Nation's Competitiveness' was held from 27 August to 5 September at the Brunei-Muara District Office in conjunction with Hari Keputeraan 61. Supported by the Ministry of Home Affairs, the aim of the event was to "encourage and nurture the reading habit among members of the public" (BBO F.3.8.2007). At the official opening on 27 August, Pehin Mejar-Jeneral (B) Mohammad, Minister of Culture, stated that all members of the community, especially youth, "should make books their primary source of information"; they should not rely solely on the internet (BBO Tu.28.8.2007).
Brunei Reading Year 2008 would coincide the Silver Jubilee of the DBP's Reading Competition. In working towards a reading culture and a more educated community, the DBP provided a mobile library, seminars, and a carnival. All schools were urged to create a "reading club" (BBO F.26.10.2007).
Remember, Remember.... the 8th of December (with a Foreword by HM the Sultan; Brunei Press Sdn Bhd, 2007; hbk, pbk) by HRH the Pengiran Perdana Wazir (Prince Mohamed Bolkiah) was officially launched by HRH Pengiran Anak Isteri Zariah at the Balai Penghadapan on 12 November 2007. The book comprises a study of the 1962 Brunei Revolt. Five hundred copies were sold in the first two days. A Special Edition of thirty copies, presented in a slip case and autographed by the author, was also available (BBO W. 14.7.2007).
On 13 November 2007 Pehin Mohammad Haji Daud, Minister of Culture, opened the Brunei Writers' Meeting at the DBP in Berakas. First held in 2001, the gathering attracted more than one hundred authors from throughout the sultanate. The fourth such conference ended on 15 November with a seven-point resolution:
1. Literature experts were expected to forge their creative minds in cultural diversification, high morals, without compromising Islamic and conservative values.
2. A "National Interpretation [?Translation] Bureau" was required to implement the "interpretation" of local writers' books. A degree course in "interpretation" should be introduced at a local university.
3. A database or website that stored current information on the country's literature needed to be activated to expand networking, discussion, and idea exchange between local and international writers.
4. The implementation of guidelines on laws or regulations in the use of electronic media and an evaluation association, with international standards for local writers.
5. The development of research on literature in the local arena.
6. A prestigious national Islamic literature award was suggested.
7. The Education Ministry was advised to emphasize literature as part of the curriculum (BBO F.16.11.2007).
On 14 November HRH the Crown Prince (Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah) launched The Report: Brunei Darussalam 2007 by the Oxford Business Group (price 105 [pounds sterling] at www.oxfordbusinessgroup.com). The book provided a comprehensive overview of Brunei's political and macroeconomic environment targeted at foreign investors. Fifteen thousand copies were to be circulated within the sultanate and a further sixty-seven thousand were to be distributed worldwide (BBO Th.15.11.2007). On 29 May 2008 an MOU was signed between the government and the OBG to publish an updated second edition entitled The Report: Brunei Darussalam 2008 (BBO F.30.5.2008), which duly appeared before the end of the year.
On 26 November a delegation departed from NBD for Kuala Lumpur. Dayang Aminah binti Haji Momin, Deputy Director of the DBP, was due to present a paper entitled "Literature and History: Tradition and Continuity in Mahkota Berdarah" at the International Seminar on South-East Asian Literature (SAKAT) 2007. Likewise, Dr Haji Morsidi bin Haji Mohammad (Head, Malay Literature Department, UBD) delivered a paper entitled "History-Based Literature from Brunei: A Discussion on Reality and Imagination." Two other officers from the DBP, Suip Haji Wahab (acting Secretary-General of the South-East Asia Literature Council, MASTERA) and Hajjah Shaharah binti Dato Paduka Haji Abdul Wahab were also in the delegation; they were due to attend a MASTERA secretariat meeting in addition to SAKAT 2007 (BBO Tu.27.11.2007).
On 28 November 2007 Dato Paduka Haji Muslim bin Haji Burut ("Muslim Burmat"), received the fifth Hadiah Sastera MASTERA 2007 (NBD section), comprising RM10,000 in cash, a plaque, and a certificate, for Ntaidu, his eleventh novel (BBO Tu.27.11.2007; BBO F.30.11.2007). "MASTERA" is somewhat grandly named, however, given that it covers only Indonesia, Malaysia, and NBD, with Singapore enjoying "observer" status.
Shaikh Mahmud bin Shaikh Haji Ibrahim took first prize in the Civil Service Institute's Essay-Writing Competition (2007) for his "Analisis Keperluan Latihan Dalam Perkhidmatan Awam Negara Brunei Darussalam," which analyzed the training needs of the NBD Civil Service. Twenty-three essays were to be collected in a journal to be published by the IPA in due course (BBO W.28.11.2007).
The acting Director of Curriculum Development at the Ministry of Education, AH Matassan bin Haji Bungso, called on all book dealers to observe the prices fixed by the government for school textbooks and work books. Officers from the JPK [Jabatan Perkembangan Kurikulum] would be making spot-checks to ensure that the regulations were being obeyed (BBO M.10.12.2007).
From January to November 2007 the Malaysian government seized 11,159 copies of Islamic religious publications worth RM 166,960.80 throughout the country for violations under the Quran Text Printing Act (1986). The worst offender was Penang, followed by Pahang, Kedah/Perlis, Putrajaya, and Sabah (BBO Sa.29.12.2007).
Dr Mataim Bakar, Director of the DBE was present as the chief guest at the commencement of a three-day Literature Writing Workshop organized by the Tutong Writers' Group with the cooperation of the Language and Literature Bureau. Thirty-five persons attended. Parents tended to regard Bahasa Melaya and Malay Literature as second-class subjects: writers needed to change this mindset (BBO Sa. 19. 1.2008).
On 19 January 2008 the Department of Economic Planning and Development at the Prime Minister's Office announced the publication of the Brunei Darussalam Long-Term Development Plan.
A book on customer care from an Islamic perspective (Pemedulian Pelanggan. Menurut Perspektif Islam) by the State Mufli, Pehin Abdul Aziz Juned, was launched 28 January 2008 at the Brunei International Airport Departure Hall. The book was published by the State Mufti Department (BBO Tu.29.1.2008).
On 6 February 2008 the Syariah Court published Sejarah Penubuhan Mahkamah Syariah Negara Brunei Darussalam. Edited by Dato Ustaz Metussin Baki, the book carries eleven papers by judges, historians, lawyers, and academicians (BBO Th.7.2.2008).
The ten-day Brunei Book Fair 2008, organised by the DBE ran from 27 February until 7 March 2008, with the theme "Books are the Future." This year there were nearly 120 sections with more than sixty companies selling local and international books, compared to only ninety sections and fifty companies the previous year. Among the new books launched at the festival was The Phonotactics of Brunei Malay: An Optimality, Theoretic Account, by Dr Mataim Bakar (BBO Th.28.2.2008; and cf. BRB 2007:301).
More libraries were being built in NBD to inculcate reading habits. The latest addition, at Sengkurong in Brunei-Muara District--was expected to open some time during 2008. It was the fourth after Kampong Pandan (Belait), Muara, and Kampong Lambak Kanan, which were all situated within "village areas." The construction of the building had been completed, but the actual date of the opening was not yet known. The establishment of such facilities was in line with the government's aspiration to create a knowledge-based society. The DBP had also set up "'recently" a reading comer at Mendaram Besar Longhouse in Labi (BBO Tu.8.4.2008).
Ustazah Hajjah Fatimah Ghani, Assistant Director of Islamic Education in NBD, stated on 10 April 2008, that there should have been more than enough new textbooks for schools of Islamic religion in the country. This was in response to a report on 3 April concerning a "shortage." Following an investigation it was found that several greedy schools had purchased more copies than needed, which led to difficulties for other establishments. To solve the problem she urged the guilty headmasters to return the surplus books. The department would continue to upgrade their monitoring process to ensure better distribution and to prevent any recurrence of the problem (BBO F.11.4.2008).
Anne Fine, an award-winning British novelist, spoke to parents and teachers about the craft of writing when she visited Jerudong International School on 15 April 2008. Fine, who has written more than fifty novels since she took up her pen in 1971, is most famous for Mrs Doubtfire, which was made into a film. She maintains that writing has to be carried out "in absolute silence, in absolute secrecy." A former "Children's Laureate" in the United Kingdom, Fine possesses "great judgement and a beautiful voice" (BBO F.11.4.2008; BBO W. 16.4.2008; DT Tu.2.12.2008:32).
The Borneo Bulletin Brunei Year Book 2008, the fifteenth edition of the annual publication, was published free-of-charge on 14 April 2008. This year's theme was "The Heart of Borneo." With a "user-friendly format" and up-to-date information, it was (the publisher claimed) "the ultimate guide to the A-Z of NBD" (BBO M.14.4.2008).
The Strategic Plan Book of the Ministry of Communications was issued on 28 April 2008 (BBO Tu.29.4.2008).
A book written by the indefatigable State Mufti, Pehin Abdul Aziz Juned, Orang Sembahyang Ditangisi oleh Tempat Sujudnya (197pp, B$8.00, 27 May 2008), aimed to heighten the commitment of Muslims to prayer (BBO W.28.5.2008).
An awareness-raising event on the archiving and preservation of books and local published works was held on 28 May 2008 at the Art Gallery of the Royal Customs and Excise Building in the capital. Proceedings were conducted by the Museum Department in conjunction with International Museum Day. Similar gatherings were planned for Tutong District (11-12 June), Belait (2-3 July), and Temburong (28-29 July) (BBO Th.29.5.2008).
In June 2008 the DBP was negotiating with the Google search engine to make it easier to purchase books published by the bureau. The DBP had already achieved its target of one hundred titles annually and has significantly increased the range of topics involved; the idea now was to increase readership and sales (BTO Tu.3.6.2008).
A Memorandum of Understanding between the DBP and Rafiqun Information Telecommunications Services (RITS) was signed on Thursday 10 July 2008 with the aim of disseminating DBP products to a wide public using modem techniques. The MOU aims to introduce the service using hand phones to receive a list of terminology and a Brunei Malay dictionary through the short messaging service. DSTcom customers can the dictionary fast and easily (BBO F.11.7.2008).
The DBP staged a "reading month" in June 2008. Various activities were held in the four districts, aimed at instilling a habit of reading among the people. It was also hoped that the initiative would encourage the use of libraries as a source of knowledge. Parents were advised not to depend solely on teachers to do all the work. Combined efforts could create a generation with better knowledge, qualifications, and talent; this could lead to a culture that could hold its own in a competitive world (BBSO 6.7.2008).
Gold Pages 2008/2009 (second edition) was launched on 6 July 2008. A guide to business, commerce and industry in NBD, it would be available in print form (one hundred thousand free copies) and on the internet at www.goldpages.com.bn (BBO M.7.7.2008).
The ASEAN Good Agricultural Practices Seminar was held at the Pengkalan Batu Mukim Community Hall of the Taman Mini Perayaan Kampong Parit on 11 July 2008 with a book launched as a guideline to ASEAN GAP standards covering worker health and safety, food safety, and environmental management (BBO Sa.12.7.2008).
On 5 August 2008 a prize-giving was held for various competitions staged in conjunction with the Hari Keputeraan 62 Knowledge Convention (2008). The categories comprised: story for children, short story, articles, and jawi calligraphy. In his address the energetic Dr. Mataim Bakar said that the numbers of people participating in additional competitions have been encouraging over the years. The competition saw more seasoned writers putting up a tough fight against stiff competition from fresh writers (BBO W.6.8.2008).
The Kreatif Bahana DBP-BSP 2007 competition held its prize-giving on 16 August 2008 on 16 August 2008 at the DBP in Berakas (BBSO 17.8.2008).
Pengiran Dato Seri Setia Dr. Haji Mohammad bin Pengiran Haji Abdul Rahman, Deputy Minister of Education, was selected by the NBD Judging Committee to be the twenty-third recipient of the South-East Asia Write [sic] Award 2008 for the sultanate. A prolific poet using the pen-name Zairis MS, Pengiran Dato Mohammad was chosen on the basis of his anthology of poems entitled Rinduku (DBP, 2008). Taking inspiration from the surrounding environment, his personal thoughts, and current affairs, Rinduku comprises fifty poems, originally published in 1985 in Kuala Lumpur, but re-published by the DBP in NBD in 2008. The Deputy Minister added his voice to the pressure for the best ASEAN works to be translated into universal languages, such as English and Arabic (BBO Th.2.10.2008). He has written three other books of poems--Harga Waktu, Salam Takwa, and Madah Remaja (BBO W.27.8.2008). The Deputy Minister departed for Bangkok on 25 September (BBO F.26.9.2008) and received his prize from HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on Tuesday 30 September (BBO Th.2.10.2008).
The winner for the sultanate in 2007 was K. Manis (b 1937) and in 2006 Haji Shawal Rajab (1950-2007). On the latter, vide supra, NBD obituaries. "K. Manis" is the pen-name used by Haji Moksin bin Haji Abdul Kadir, a teacher and poet from the Tutong District who has been involved in creative writing for half a century. He received another award on Hari Guru in 2008.
It was reported on 27 August 2008 that a Chinese[-language?] book entitled Brunei Darussalam (B$10.00) had been published "recently." Edited by Mr. Sng Teck Ann, Chairman of the Chinese Writers' Association in NBD, the collection comprised the perspectives of twenty writers from throughout the world, including Australia, the PRC, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, and the USA.
The finals of the eleventh national syair-recital competition for schools and colleges in conjunction with Hari Guru were held on 28 August 2008 at the DBP in Berakas. Fifty schools entered the event but only twelve pupils (six boys and six girls) won through to the last round. The event aimed at re-introducing traditional Brunei literature and also to encourage appreciation of the country's heritage to the younger generation and to present a platform for the newer generation to hone their skills and interest in traditional literature (BBO F.29.8.2008).
On 28 August 2008 the Survey Department (Ministry of Development) in collaboration with Brunei Press Sdn Bhd launched the Brunei Darussalam Street Directory (B$14.90, 144pp) in a ceremony at the Ministry of Development. The Minister (Pehin Abdullah Bakar) said that HM's Government was "aware of the importance of geospatial information as one of the main forces for the progress of a nation"; the new directory was one of the many good examples of cooperation between the government and the private sector. A similar publication had been made twelve years earlier; but the country had developed fast since then. Dr. Kazimierz Becek, a senior lecturer at UBD and a cartographer with twenty-five years of professional experience, took two years to create the maps (BBO F.29.8.2008).
The SME [small and medium sized enterprise] share of employment is fifty-nine per cent in NBD compared to 49.5 per cent in Canada, 43.l per cent in Singapore, and 41.5 per cent in the USA. It appears that a Brunei SME Business Directory was "launched" on 30 August 2008. Ten thousand complimentary copies of the directory and CD ROMs were to be distributed to SMEs, government ministries, government departments and agencies, MNCs, large corporations, and overseas, it is not entirely clear from the report whether the book was available immediately or whether it was to be published in January 2009 forthcoming (BBSO 31.8.2008).
On 17 September 2008 the State Mufti's Office launched Other People Bank, We Also Bank: We Bank by Aqidah, Syariah, and Ibadah, written by Pehin Abdul Aziz Juned. Ten thousand copies were printed (BBO W. 17.9.2008). The government's official website (GBOW ON Tu.30.9.2008) stated that the book was entitled Orang Berbank Kita Juga Berbank, or Other People Have Banks, So Do We. The book contained a wealth of useful information designed to boost Islamic banking.
The MASTERA Awards were presented on 21 September 2008 at a ceremony held at the Rizqun International Hotel in Gadong. The prize-giving took place in conjunction with the fourteenth MASTERA meeting in NBD. The winner for NBD was Profesor Madya Dr. Haji Hashim bin Haji Hamid (BBO M.21.9.2008).
The fourteenth Conference of the Literature Council of South-East Asia (MASTERA) ended on 21 September 2008 after a three-day meeting in NBD. MASTERA was formed in 1995 to elevate the Malay literature to a higher international status. Chaired by Dr. Mataim Bakar (Director of the DBP doubling as Chairman of the NBD section of MASTERA), heads of missions from member nations of Indonesia, Malaysia and NBD signed a number of resolutions at the final session designed to elevate the status and quality of Malay literature to world standards by carrying out various activities such as comparative literature lectures in member countries (BBO M.22.9.2008).
On 16 October the State Mufti's Department together with Darussalam Holdings Sdn Bhd published a book entitled Haj and Umrah (294pp) at the State Council building. The book comprised more than eighty fat was of the State Mufti of Brunei/NBD from 1964 to 2005; it would serve as a work of reference for prospective pilgrims in performing their religious duties and assist officers and administrators in solving problems faced in carrying out their duties in Mecca and Medina (BBO F.17.10.2008).
Foreign diplomats in NBD "recently" attended a Hari Raya open house hosted by the National Development Party at its headquarters located at Limbaruh Hijau, Simpang 323, of Jalan Jerudong. A book entitled Ilmu Politik dalam Islam: Orientasi NDP, written by Haji Antin Ahad, the party's Vice-President, was launched by M Yasin Affandy, NDP President (BBO M.20.10.2008).
The Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Foundation (YSHHB) was introducing an "Award in Islamic Literature." The prize was to be presented every three years with the first one scheduled for 5 November 2008 at the ICC. The idea was to encourage writers who had produced high quality literature based on Islam and to spread Islam among people in the region through literature (BBO Th.30.10.2008). The winner in 2008 was Pehin Siraja Khatib Yahya Ibrahim, the former Deputy Minister for Religious Affairs, for his work entitled Perjalanan Anakku Terakhir Yang Hilang. At the same time Sultan Haji Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien (1914-86) was recognized as the "Eminent Islamic Scholar of Brunei" while Pengiran Shahbandar Mohd Salleh ibn Pengiran Sharmayuda (d 1858) was declared to be the "Pioneer of the Modern Literature of Brunei" (BTO Th.6.11.2008). When announcing the awards, HRH the Crown highlighted the problem of non-Muslim authors who had published works on Islam without the benefit of a true understanding of the religion.
More than eighty teachers attended the launch in Berakas on 18 November 2008 of two books published by the Academy of Brunei Studies, namely Masyarakat Pribumi Cemerlang dan Masalah Sosial and the ninth edition of Pembarigaan Jurnal Janang.
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